Bao Tianxiao (Pao T'ien-hsiao) 1875-1973
Originally named Bao Gongyi, he started to teach as a private tutor at the age of sixteen and obtained the first degree (xiucai) at eighteen. He used many different pen-names during the seventy years of his literary career, wrote more than thirty novels, edited many newspapers and magazines, and was also a translator and one of the founders of the 'Southern [Poetry] Society'. Born in Suzhou, he lived many years in Shanghai, then in 1947 moved to Taiwan, and later to Hong Kong, where he died.
Ren jian diyue xuji (A Living Hell, Sequel) 1928
Liufang ji (Shine Forever) 1925
Yishi zhuxing de bainian bianqian (The Changes of the Basic Necessities of
Translated stories by H. Rider Haggard and Hector Malot